Aromas of stone fruit, honey, and floral notes mingle with wild herbs, sweet mandarin skin and apple. Generous and textured on the palate with hints of gala melon, a touch of salinity, and fresh citrus.Drink with white fish and seafood.Suitable for vegans Suitable for vegetariansThis is a blend of grapes from two estates in the south of DO Rías Baixas in Galicia, north west Spain. Taboexa is a 13ha estate at 300m above sea level, with sandy and granitic soil typical of the region. The Arantei estate is at just 30m above sea level - with clay and pebbly soil. Harvest typically begins in the middle of September - grapes are hand harvested and collected in 20 kilo crates. 70% of the grapes are macerated before pressing for 6 hours at a controlled temperature. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel using natural yeasts, and maturation on the lees is also in stainless steel. The mineral and fruity character from the Arantei grapes is balanced by the freshness of the Taboexa grapes.
Pale gold in colour with youthful highlights. On the nose, there are intense aromas of grapefruit which are balanced with a touch of minerality and floral notes. On the palate, it has a crisp acidity with a long, mineral finish.Suitable for vegetarians.Suitable for vegans.Great to drink on its own or with any spicy dishes.The Torrontés and Riesling grapes were grown on the Finca San Isidoro and Finca Las Mercedes vineyards. These are located in the Cafayate Valley in the very heart of the Calchaqui Valley, distinguished for being the highest wine region in the world. The climate here is very dry, with just 150mm of rain in an average year and a huge diurnal temperature change of around 20°C. The soils here are rocky, poor and sandy so the roots of the vines are forced to dig deep to find the vital nutrients and water they need, which in turn results in a huge concentration of flavour within the fruit.
A complex nose combining plum, mulberry, ripe strawberry and brown spice with delicate floral and
violet notes. Tannins are firm and pleasingly supported with plump fruit and a rounded texture, giving
a good lengthy finish.Perfect with wild boar sausages, venison, roast lamb or gamey stews.Suitable for vegans.Suitable for vegetarians.Made from Nebbiolo grapes cultivated around the town of Barolo in southern Piemonte. These are
trained on a low Guyot trellis at a density 4-5,000 vines/ha. The grapes were hand-harvested, de stemmed and then crushed to small fermenters, for around 12 days, with daily pumping-over. This
ensures good colour and flavour extraction, but avoids over extraction of the abundant Nebbiolo
tannins. The wine was drained off at dryness, and the skins transferred to a small press. After pressing
the wine was settled for two days, and then racked to stainless steel tanks for malolactic fermentation.
After three years maturation in 50hl Slavonian oak casks it was racked and bottled.
Amber medium dark colour, with a golden green reflection (nuance) and a slow teardrop. With a characteristic Madeira bouquet, very fine floral tea with dry fruits, toffee, wood (oak-toasted), old brandy notes and some vanilla. It’s sweet, full rich, smooth, bodied, and has a long aftertaste, fresh with fine notes of vanilla and honey, with some notes of caramel and wood.Blandy's Harvest is fined and does not require decanting. It is an excellent accompaniment to rich desserts and cheese. It has been bottled when ready for drinking and will keep for several months after opening.Blandy’s Harvest Malmsey was aged in seasoned American oak casks in the traditional ‘Canteiro’ system. The ageing was done in the traditional ‘Canteiro’ system, whereby the wine is gradually transferred from the higher lodges’ attics, where the natural warmth of the sun contributes to the concentration of the wines, and temperatures are higher, to the middle floors, where temperatures are milder, and eventually, to the ground floor where temperatures are cooler. During this ageing, the wine underwent regular racking, and before finally being bottled, all wines are fined. All through the ageing process, the primary fruit flavours of the wine are gently transformed into tertiary dried fruit notes that produce Madeira unique hallmark bouquet.
Delightful floral and brioche notes combine with zesty citrus fruit, honeysuckle and elderflower. It is delicate and well balanced, finishing with a soft fresh hint of sweetness.Food match - Fish, salads, a nice aperitif, soft cheese, Cornish Yarg and chicken pasta.
Zesty citrus fruit and lightly floral characters, with hints of apple and pear. Fresh, steely acidity and underlying mineral characters, balanced by notes of melon and stone fruit, and a touch of fennel and spice.FOOD MATCHGreat as an aperitif or particularly good with tuna steak. Gavi La Luciana also provides the perfect crisp, tangy match to fatty dishes such as sausages and beans.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetariansThis winery is also classed as Sustainable.Named after Luciana, the wife of La Battistina estate's previous owner, this is an elegant and fresh Gavi, easy-drinking but with some depth.Produced from Cortese grapes cultivated in vineyards on the Monferrato hills in the South of the province of Asti, Piemonte. The vineyards are southwest facing and situated at altitudes of between 250 and 400m. The Piemonte low Guyot trellis system is used for the vines, which grow in a limestone-clay soil. Planting density is 4000 to 4500 vines per hectare. Grapes are hand harvested in the last week of September. Temperature controlled fermentation takes place in stainless steel (16- 18ºC) and the wine spends a couple of months on lees.
The nose offers floral aromas of jasmine, lychee, and honey notes. The floral notes reappear on the palate, along with apricot, and mandarin orange. Medium bodied with good concentration and a refreshing ripe fruit finish. A Thai fighting delight!FOOD MATCHIts sweetness makes this wine ideal as an aperitif served with mild cheeses, ham, and dried fruit and nuts. It is also excellent paired with sushi and fresh fruit desserts.The Rapel Valley lies with the Pacific Ocean to the West, to the east the Andes Mountains, and to the south the province of Colchagua. The climatic characteristics of this valley include frost-free springs and warm summers that allow the grapes to ripen well. The Rapel Valley viticultural zone is located in Chile’s 6th Region, approximately 160 km (100 mi) south of Santiago and includes the sub-valleys of Cachapoal and Colchagua. The entire zone presents good drainage, high fertility, and tremendous agricultural aptitude. Its climate is sub-humid Mediterranean because the low, even hills of the Coastal Mountain Range to the west allow the cooling influence of the Pacific Ocean to penetrate the valley and moderate temperatures. It is highly influenced by the Pacific anticyclone, which results in a concentration of rainfall during the winter months. Precipitation averages 710 mm (28 in) per year. During the summer, the southern and south-western winds result in an ample temperature variation between daytime highs and night time lows. The maximum temperature in January reaches 32ºC (90ºF) and the annual average is 14ºC (57ºF). The grapes that went into this wine were handpicked in April, when the fruit had reached the desired level of ripeness. The fruit came from vineyards that are more than 22 years old the Totihue estate in Alto Cachapoal and the Los Pretiles estate in Alto Colchagua. The vines at both estates are vertically positioned and yield an average yield of 9 tons per hectare. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts in our Maipo Valley winery. The process was carefully managed to maintain temperatures at 15º–17ºC (59º–63º), with gentle aeration and delicate lees stirring to reach the desired results. The wine was fined with bentonite and cold-stabilized before bottling to prevent tartaric precipitations in the bottle.
Gardner Street Classic has the classic floral, elderflower note we have come to know of contemporary
Bacchus married with a touch of stone fruit from the Chardonnay. On the palate there's an abundance
of red apple fruit, a touch of wild fennel with the barrel fermented Chardonnay giving mid palate
weight and structure to a wine that ultimately finishes with a brisk, present acidity. 85% Bacchus & 15% Chardonnay.Try with Pork tenderloins in cider with a generous helping of mash and buttery veg, a veggie lasagne or a hake
in butter sauce with capers. Suitable for vegans.Suitable for vegetariansGardner Street is the historic name of Henners’
home village of Herstmonceux. The old name
captures the hand-harvested, artisanal craft of
tending vines & wines down English country
lanes. A modern marriage of fresh, floral
Bacchus with a little barrel-fermented
A lively, fruity wine with a delicate floral characteristic. Fresh in the mouth with a rich soft aroma and a dry finish.Made from Fernao Pires and Moscatel grapes grown in the Peninsula de Setubal in the South West region of Portugal.The winery owns over 200 hectares of vineyards throughout Portugal and have a production capacity for over 20 million litres of wine. Suitable for vegetarians.Suitable for vegans.
A fresh, dry, pale pink rosé with aromas of roses and wildflowers. The palate has elegant floral notes, balanced structure and a fresh finish with a slight mineral note. The winery owns over 200 hectares of vineyards throughout Portugal and have a production capacity for over 20 million litres of wine. Ideal on its own or with poultry or salads.Suitable for vegetarians.Suitable for Vegans.
4 Bottles of each of the following City of Cambridge Ales.Boathouse Bitter 3.8% volA light copper coloured session bitter, quenching and dry with a pleasant aroma created from the distinctive floral and citrus cascade hops. Hobsons Choice 4.2% vol A light golden bitter with a pronounced hop aroma, contributing to the refreshing aftertaste. Atom Splitter 4.5% volAn amber coloured beer with plenty of character.
Light malt body, with a lingering finish of floral and citrus hop flavours. Brewed in collaboration with local musician, Victor Velocette. Hops: Amarillo, Cascade, CentennialAllergens: Gluten from malted barleyThis Ale is bottled conditioned so let it settle and pour carefully.Suitable for vegans.Papworth
Brewery is the inevitable outcome of two beer-loving scientists becoming
disillusioned with their careers. Chances are that you’re a beer lover too and
would understand why someone would give up a successful career to brew beer.
It’s got to be more interesting than most other jobs, right? Well that’s the
way our beer-loving scientists saw it. When job satisfaction is the taste
of a good pint, who can argue?
The brewery started life in a
domestic garage in Papworth Everard and we moved to much larger premises in
Earith in 2017. We are now brewing at about 100 times the capacity of our small-scale
This innovative new Rosé style of port has been made by a new technique which extracts fresh fruity flavours and the pink colour from limited contact with the skins of the grapes. The result is a light and fresh Rosé port with lots of red berry flavours. There are attractive floral notes, aromatic red berry fruit leading to a palate which is full of deliciously ripe cherry and raspberry fruit flavours.Serve chilled on its own or with ice or even with a leaf of mint.
This wine has a lovely perfumed nose with fine floral aromas mixed with a tad of honey and spice; quite full and rich, lightly smoky honeysuckle perfume with smooth but dry(ish) finish.Suitable for vegetarians and vegansServe with meaty white fish such as monkfish, salmon or trout, king prawns, turkey or spicy dishes such as sweet and sour vegetables, fish or chicken tandoori or not too spiced Thai food.